''Inspirational'' is how Hampden woman Leona Trimble describes her recent experience.
The first day of autumn blessed the Winchester show with fine, mild weather.
A heat recovery programme on New Zealand dairy farms has huge potential to save power.
Jersey breeders gathered in Northland last month to hear how the sector's livestock improvement programme was progressing.
Forestry sector organisations have joined forces to back an independent review of safety in the industry.
Mutton exports from New Zealand rose significantly in the first quarter of this season.
It is fair to say farming Bog Roy station has put each generation of Anderson family to the test.
Canterbury is set to celebrate the role of farming families.
North Otago's cropping farmers are ''waiting with great expectations'', Foundation for Arable Research representative Peter Mitchell says.
It has been an early harvest for Mid Canterbury blackcurrant growers because of favourable weather conditions.
The United Nations has declared 2014 the International Year of Family Farming.
The changeable summer is frustrating not only arable farmers trying to bring in the harvest, but also the country's bees, and ultimately the beekeepers.
Young Farmer Contest Tasman region defending champion Reuben Carter is working in Hamilton, but he insists the move is temporary.
The Lindsay family are going to do their level best to fleece you and it's all for a good cause.
Reducing farmer stress remains a high priority for Federated Farmers.
The Government has approved an agreement with primary industries which will see it collaborate and share the costs of preparing plans to prevent or fight any biosecurity incursion.
Canterbury farmer Sam Zino is well on the way to showing that deer farming is a viable alternative.
Evan Chisnall had just bought a new 4WD when he got a call to say he had won a double-cab ute in a national competition.
Despite a large number of entries in this year's sale, breeders of coloured sheep were disappointed with how many were passed in.
This year's only Canterbury-based Nuffield scholar plans to use his prize to find sustainable ways to support and advance the long-term economic contribution made by New Zealand's bees.